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This year, National Customer Service week is October 6 – 10, 2014. AffordableTours.com is proud to recognize the importance of the customer service industry.

In 1984 the International Customer Service Association (ICSA), which since merged with PACE, created and launched National Customer Service Week™. In 1991, the Executive Board of the ICSA, working with members of the Commerce Committee of the United States Congress, drafted and passed Senate Resolution 166 designating the first week of October as Customer Service Week. On October 8, 1992, President George H. W. Bush signed Presidential Proclamation 6485 establishing the first week of October as National Customer Service Week.

During National Customer Service Week, many companies across the United States celebrate the week with fun and creative celebrations with their staff. The National Customer Service committee comes up with a theme to recognition the staff for the hard work and effort put in all year long. At Affordabletours.com we have launched our Excellence In Performance Program. During National Customer Service Week our goal is to:

· Shine the spotlight on the value of customer service in today’s business world:

· Recognize the employees who work hard all year long to keep customers satisfied and loyal; and

· Demonstrate our commitment to building customer loyalty and servicing both internal and external customers at the highest level

Everyone here at AffordableTours.com believes that success starts with you. Making sure our clients receive the best possible experience when working with us is our number one priority. This week, we want to show a little appreciation to those who work hard all year in order to make sure your travel plans are perfect.

 

 

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